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National Resource Typing Glossary of Terms and Definitions
October 2004
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NIMS
Resource Typing Glossary

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Occupational Health & Safety Specialists (Occupational Physicians; Occupational Health Nurses; Industrial Hygienists; Occupational Safety Specialists; Occupational Safety & Health Technicians; Health and Safety Inspectors; Industrial Hygienists)

Personnel with specific training in occupational safety and health and topics such as workplace assess­ment or occu­pational medicine.  Occupational health and safety specialists and technicians help keep workplaces safe and workers in good health unscathed.  They promote occupational health and safety within organizations by developing safer, healthier, and more efficient ways of working.  They analyze work environments and design programs to control, eliminate, and prevent disease or injury caused by chemical, physical, and biological agents or ergonomic factors.  They may conduct inspections and enforce adherence to laws, regulations, or employer policies governing worker health and safety.

NIMS
Resource Typing Glossary

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